We welcome both undergraduate and postgraduate students into the department of Management Technology. We offer a multidisciplinary programme that prepares managers in organisations to manage their technological fundamentals to create competitive advantage. It involves integrated planning, design, optimization, operation and control of technological products, processes and services. It is also the integration of policies and practices, application of organisational and leadership theories, communication processes and deployment of technological advances in the context of organisational growth and development.
The Federal University of Technology, Owerri, was established in 1980 primarily to ensure the technological development of Nigeria. The University has pursued this mandate with vigour. The School of Management Technology has programmes in Project Management Technology, Financial Management Technology, Information Management Technology, Maritime Management Technology, Transport Management Technology, and Management Technology.
Technology is the central and most significant element for effective operations management in today’s organizations. It is a body of knowledge used to create tools, develop skills, extract or collect materials that would substantially reduce human labour and significantly enhance the wellbeing of people. It is also the application of science (the combination of scientific methods and materials) to meet an objective or solve a problem. Therefore, Management Technology is the integration of policies and practices, organisational and leadership theories, communication processes and deployment of technological advances in the context of organisational growth and development. The undergraduate B. Tech. curriculum in Management Technology is the creative and innovative activities designed to expose students to learning experiences that would position them adequately for managerial tasks in public and private sector organisations. Management Technology is a multidisciplinary programme that prepares managers in organisations to manage their technological fundamentals to create competitive advantage. It involves integrated planning, design, optimization, operation and control of technological products, processes and services.
Furthermore, humanity is facing numerous environmental, social, economic, political, health, educational, conflict/war, religious and poverty challenges. This is where management comes in because the real difference between an organisation that achieves its goals efficiently and effectively and the other that fails to do the same is management. The short and long term devastating consequences hitherto facing humanity make the training of the 21st-century managers very imperative. This revision has, therefore, become very necessary to ensure that; (1) the science, technology and engineering components of the curriculum are satisfied and (2) students are exposed to knowledge, skills and tools needed in the 21st-century knowledge economy.
The department of Management Technology was carved out from the Department of Financial Management Technology in 2015. The current head of department (HOD) is the pioneer head since its existence. The name of the pioneer head is Prof Ihuoma P. Asiabaka (FNIM).
The philosophy is the belief that training in this discipline will develop the mind, impart both theoretical and practical knowledge on the individual student, develop self-confidence, help to be innovative and self-reliant in the field of Management Technology.
To produce trained manpower in the field of Management Technology who are able to contribute to the management of the production industry and public institutions.
The objectives of the degree programme in Management Technology include:-
- To produce graduates with technological knowledge and skills needed for the understanding and analysis of problems in the management of industrial, commercial, public and other human organizations.
- To produce graduates with entrepreneurial spirit and skills needed for recognizing, defining and solving problems for re-engineering of the Nigerian economy.
- To develop in students, leadership and interpersonal relations skills for effective and efficient management of 21st-century organizations.
- To produce competent middle and upper-level managers who will contribute in planning, policy-making and management of organizations in the globalized knowledge economy.
- To establish linkages and partnerships with other national and international organizations engaged in education, research and development activities in the field of management technology.
|S/N||NAME||RANK||QUALIFICATIONS||AREA OF SPECIALIZATION|
|1||Prof. (Mrs.) Ihuoma P. Asiabaka||Professor (HOD)||PhD, M.Sc, B.Sc.||Management|
|2||Dr John. I. Ogolo||Reader||PhD, M.Sc, B.Sc.||Organizational Behavior|
|3||Dr Uzoma. F. Amaeshi||Senior Lecturer||PhD, M.Sc, B.Sc.||Management|
|4||Dr. Kelechi. E. Ugwu||Lecturer I||PhD, M.Sc, B.Sc., B.Sc.||Human Resources Management and Supply Chain Management|
|5||Mrs Uchenna Ogbonna||Lecturer II||M.Sc, M.Sc.||Human Resource Management|
|6||Dr. (Mrs.) Ujunwa C. Okoye||Lecturer II||PhD, M.Sc, B.Sc.||Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship|
|7||Mrs Patricia O. Onyechere||Lecturer II||M.Sc, M.Sc, B.Sc.||Marketing Management|
|8||Mr Ikechukwu Emerole||Assistant Lecturer||M.Sc, MBA, B.Sc.||Entrepreneurship and Management|
|9||Mr Ikechukwu R. Eze||Assistant Lecturer||M.Sc, B.Sc.||Entrepreneurship|
|10||Mrs. Keyna N. Ekezie||Assistant Lecturer||M.Sc, B.Sc.||Human Resources Management|
|11||Mr Andrew S. Denyi||Graduate Assistant||B.Sc.||Management|
|12||Mr Innocent C. Eze||Senior Assistant Registrar (SAR)||B.Sc, M.Sc||Senior Administrative Registrar (SAR)|
|13||Miss Adaobi Mogbana||Administrative Officer||B.Sc||Administrative Officer|
|14||Mr Sabastine Anunobi||Principal computer Operator||National Examination Council (NECO)||Senior Computer Operator|
|15||Miss Annastecia Omesu||Senior Clerical Officer||West African Examination Council (WAEC)||Senior Clerical Officer|
|1||Prof. (Mrs.) Ihuoma P. Asiabaka||Head of the department, Senate member||HOD|
|2||Dr John. I. Ogolo||Director special duties on security, a member school of the management board, member departmental board.||Reader|
|3||Dr Uzoma. F. Amaeshi||Member school of the management board, member department board.||Senior Lecturer|
|5||Dr. Kelechi. E. Ugwu||Member school of the management board, a departmental representative on the university website and update, member department board, examination officer, member of examination malpractice panne.||Lecturer I|
|6||Mrs Uchenna Ogbonna||Member school of the management board, member departmental board.||Lecturer II|
|7||Dr. (Mrs.) Ujunwa C. Okoye||Member school of the management board, member departmental board, coordinator of SIWES.||Lecturer II|
|8||Mrs Patricia O. Onyechere||Member departmental board, a member school of the management board, course adviser.||Lecturer II|
|9||Mr Ikechukwu Emerole||Member school of the management board, member departmental board.||Assistant Lecturer|
|10||Mr Ikechukwu R. Eze||Member school of the management board, member departmental board.||Assistant Lecturer|
|11||Mrs. Keyna N. Ekezie||Member school of the management board, member departmental board.||Assistant Lecturer|
|12||Mr Andrew S. Denyi||Member departmental board.||Graduate Assistant|
|DAY||TIME||SMAT||FMT 1||FMT 2||FMT 3||TMT 4|
|MONDAY||8.30-9.30||MTH 101||ECN 201||FMT 301||FMT 501|
|9.30-10.30||PHY 101||ECN 201||FMT 301||FMT 501|
|10.30-11.30||GST 101||FMT 307||FMT 511|
|11.30-12.30||BIO 101||FMT 307||FMT 511|
|12.30-1.30||GST 101||ECN 403|
|1.30-2.30||MTH 211||MGT 303||ECN 403|
|2.30-3.30||MGT 405||MGT 303||FMT 411|
|3.30-4.30||MTH 201||FMT 411|
|TUESDAY||8.30-9.30||GST 103||MGT 403A||FMT 201||FMT 533|
|9.30-10.30||CHM 101||MGT 403A||FMT 201||FMT 533|
|10.30-11.30||MGT 447||FMT 309||FMT 503|
|11.30-12.30||CSC 201||FMT 309||FMT 503|
|12.30-1.30||IGB 101||FMT 311||FMT 405|
|1.30-2.30||MTH 211||FMT 311||FMT 405|
|2.30-3.30||FRN 101||FMT 401|
|3.30-4.30||MTH 201||FMT 401|
|WEDNESDAY||8.30-9.30||PHY 101||ECN 201A||FMT 409|
|9.30-10.30||MTH 101||MGT 303A||FMT 409|
|10.30-11.30||BIO 101||FMT 305||FMT 505|
|11.30-12.30||GST 101||FMT 305||FMT 505|
|THURSDAY||8.30-9.30||CHM 101||MGT 403A||FMT 301||FMT 507|
|9.30-10.30||CSC 201||FMT 301||FMT 507|
|10.30-11.30||CSC 201||FMT 307||FMT 407|
|11.30-12.30||ENG 103||FMT 307||FMT 407|
|12.30-1.30||STA 221||FMT 501|
|1.30-2.30||MGT 447||FMT 511|
|2.30-3.30||MGT 405||FMT 511|
|FRIDAY||8.30-9.30||CHM 101||FMT 221|
|9.30-10.30||PHY 101||FMT 221|
|10.30-11.30||MTH 101||CSC 301|
PG Course Outline
PG Course Allocation
The Department of Management Technology offers undergraduate (Bachelor of Technology, B. Tech) and postgraduate programmes (PhD, MSc, MBA, PGD) in Management Technology.
Candidates must have five (5) O/L credit passes in not more than two sittings in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and either Economics, Agric. Science or Biology from any of the approved public examinations bodies.
JAMB SUBJECTS AND COMBINATIONS
- English language
- Physics and
HSC/GCE ‘A’ level passes in any three of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Economics at not more than two sittings. Credit passes must be in line with the basic minimum requirements at the ordinary level.
First-degree holder in other relevant disciplines.
- English language
- Any other science subject
OND holders with preferably Upper Credit in relevant areas are eligible for admission into year two in addition to fulfilling the O/L requirements as stated above.
HND holders with preferably Upper Credit in the relevant area are eligible for admission into year three in addition to fulfilling the O/L requirements as stated above.
Organizations use different forms of technologies for their businesses which have basic and critical effects on their nature, design and structure. In an organization, departments and divisions are developed around the equipment used whether it is for production, communication, information or control. The scope of technology that an organization can adopt or employ is vast, ranging from something simple, such as buying a personal computer with a word processor, to investing in the latest state-of-the-art computer-aided manufacturing machinery.
The B. Tech. (Mgt. Tech.) prepares the student for employment in any sector of the economy especially:
- Multinational Companies: Multinational companies engage in producing and selling goods or services in more than one country. The dynamics of international business created a great need for the evolution of multinational organizations. They include oil companies, oil servicing companies, IT companies, construction companies and financial institutions, among others.
- Public Utility Companies: Utility companies include all companies providing specific utility services such as energy, telecommunications, water and waste services among others. Utility managers face the challenges of increasing populations and uncertain environmental challenges. It is during these periods that the efficiency of the manager, staff, and equipment are put to test. Utility managers work with other officials to ensure that there are enough resources for everyone to use. They also collaborate with both public and private organizations during emergency situations and natural disasters. Management technology graduates will be trained to face these challenges
- International Organizations: Graduates of B.Tech. (Mgt. Tech.) The programme can also find employment in international organisations such as UNICEF, UNDP, WHO, UNESCO, World Bank, IMF etc.
- Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies: These are government establishments charged with specific responsibilities at the federal, state and local councils for efficient and effective service delivery. Public sector activities are rapidly expanding and therefore, ministries, departments and agencies require well-trained creative, innovative and talented managers. Management Technology graduates are needed to transform the public sector organizations.
- Large, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises: Few businesses can survive without cutting-edge technology. Management technology will help business owners to keep up with innovative products on the market to remain competitive. They must learn how to operate computers and business software to keep track of orders and invoices, load new software and install upgrades; have network computers and link them to multiple branch network. Bigger, more complex companies demand new tools to run and manage them. Indeed, improved technology and statistical-control tools have given rise to new management approaches that make even mega-institutions viable. Today’s business leaders are using highly sophisticated software to run their organizations.
- Self-employment: Self-employed people generally find their own work rather than being provided with work by an employer. Self-employment occurs across a wide segment of the world economy. Management Technology graduates who have an interest in self-employment will easily run their businesses.
2019/2020 Undergraduate Harmattan Semester Lectures Timetable
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The department has an Association of Management Technology Student (AMTES).
Head of Department, Management Technology
B.Sc. (Georgia), M.Ed. (Louisiana), PhD (Uturu)
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